Am I the only one that feels posting on these forums is a hassle everytime. Only rarely posts are unedited/untouched by the administrators on these forums.
That being said, after reading the new user stickies and browsing the forums I don't feel encouraged to post anything here. I'm human, which means I'll make mistakes. If I don't contribute to the discussion or evangelism then how will we know what I'm capable of providing? In a country of 300+ million people, what percentage of the FreeBSD community does my demographic account for? Does that help or hinder the advancement of FreeBSD? English is my primary language and I know I'm beyond help, but I do know how to use "an" and the difference between an acronym and an abbreviation. So being edited by some peers who don't isn't welcoming either.
I'm not saying standards should be loosened. I am saying people need to be more understanding; forums are still a new thing for people, so asking a question before searching for an answer is still commonplace; English is a second language for a lot of people internationally, so time spent editing a post might take longer than answering the question.